CR DX-G Digitizer

State-of-the art image quality, with potential dose reduction. By supporting both standard phosphor plates and needlebased detectors, the DX-G unites complete convenience with top image quality, while leveraging the radiography department’s existing investments. With standard phosphor plates, the DX-G delivers excellent image quality. When used with DirectriX needle-based detectors, however, the DX-G provides superb image quality with a much higher Detective Quantum Efficiency (DQE). This state-ofthe-art image quality offers the potential to reduce patient dose. 

Broad range of applications
The combination of needle-based detectors, standard phosphor plates with specific cassettes and image resolution mode make the DX-G ideal for a broad range of applications:
• General radiography
• Orthopedics - extremities
• Dental
• Pediatrics and neonatal
• Full Leg / Full Spine

It offers two different image resolution modes: 100 µm pixel pitch (10 pixels/mm) and 150 µm pixel pitch (6.7 pixels/mm).

Maximum productivity and smooth workflow

The drop-and-go buffer and fast preview eliminate waiting times and facilitate a continuous workflow within the department. The five-cassette drop-and-go buffer can handle a mix of different sizes of both needle-based detectors an cassette handling makes DX-G highly productive and user-friendly. Using DX-G as a central digitizer in the radiography department, multiple examination rooms can be supported. With its small footprint, it can fit into the tightest spaces, including the X-ray room or even a narrow corridor.d standard phosphor plates. The automatic

The right choice

To eliminate any confusion, needle-based detector cassettes are gray, while standard phosphor plate cassettes are orange, so that there is no chance of the user making a mistake when selecting the desired cassette. Each plate has an embedded memory that stores the data entered during identification by no-touch radiofrequency tagging. Thus, the identification data and images are linked from the beginning throughout the entire digital processing system.



Drop-and-go cassette buffer 5 cassettes of mixed sizes input buffer and 5 cassettes of mixed sizes output buffer

2. Throughput

35 x 43 cm (14 x 17 inch) = approx. 83 plates/hour 

3. Display for status and error indication
• LCD touchscreen
• LED status indicator

4. Greyscale resolution
• Output to processor: 16 bits/pixel square root
5. Dimensions and weight
• Covered floor space:
(W x D x H): 66 x 51 x 123 cm (26 x 20 x 48.4 inch)
• Output buffer included:
(W x D x H): 115 x 51 x 123 cm (5.3 x 20 x 48.4 inch)
• Weight: approx.: 180 kg (397 lbs)

6. Configuration requirements
• NX
• ID tablet
• CR HD5.0 Detectors and Cassettes
• CR MD4.0R Plates and Cassettes

7. Power
• 220 - 240V/50-60Hz
Standby 87W, peak 590W, fuse 16A
• 120V/60Hz (USA)
Standby 92W, peak 621W, fuse 15A
• 100V/60Hz (Japan)
Standby 92W, peak 621W, fuse 15A

8. Environmental conditions DX-G digitizer
• Temperature: 15 - 30 ?C (59 - 86°F)
• Humidity: 15 - 75% RH
• EMC compliant with IEC 60601-1-2
• Rate of change of temperature: 0.5°C/minute (0,9 °F)

9. Environmental effects
• Noise level: max. 65 dB (A)
• Heat dissipation: standby 92W, continuous operation 242W

• ETL classified CUS, CE
Transport details
• Temperature: -25 to +55°C (-4 to 131°F),
-25°C for max. 72 hours, +55°C for max. 96 hours
• Humidity: 5 - 95% RH